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Re: Bulbs

Homestead Farms is a wonderful supplier.  Reasonably priced and generous
roots, too.



----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Aplfgcnys@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2004 9:15 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Bulbs

> In a message dated 09/15/2004 8:28:20 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> L_Valentine@adelphia.net writes:
> What is everybody planting and what mail order companies did you buy from?
> John Scheepers, Inc.
>     Anemone blanda 'Charmer'
>     Ipheion Univlorum 'Wisley Blue'
>     Tulipa 'Orange Emperor'
>     T. 'Hans Ansrud'
>     T. 'Mariette'            can't grow many tulips because of the deer,
> have to have some.
>     Narcissi 'Elizabeth Ann'
>     N. 'Hillstar'
>     N. 'Silver Chimes'
>     N. 'Precocious'
>     N. 'Moneymaker'     my DH picked these - he usually doesn't show any
> interest at all
>                                 so I ordered all the ones he checked.
> High Country Gardens
>     N. 'February Gold'
>     N. 'Quail'
>     N. 'Hawera'
>     N. canaliculatus
>     T. greigii 'Oratorio'
>     T. chrysantha
>     T. tarda
>     T. x 'Little Princess'
>     Iris danfordiae
>     Allium azureum
>     Crocus 'Snow Bunting'        All these will go in the space opened up
> where I had to
>                                             take out an overgrown Mugho
>  I'm gambling on the
>                                             dwarf species tulips in hopes
> planting them among the
>                                             daffodils will protect them
> somewhat.  All of these are
>                                             small because they will go
> in the front of the bed
>                                             on the corner beside the
>                                             Also for this bed I have
> from our good friend
>                                             Gene plants which he has so
> nicely agreed to send
>                                             to me by UPS even though that
> an extra chore
>                                             for him
> Munchkin Nursery & Gardens
>     Saruma henryi
>     Athyrium filix-femina 'Victoriae'
>     Paxistima canbyi
>     Epimedium pubigerum 'Orange King'
>     Now I want a new peony, and once I have that, I will show some
> and order
> nothing more for next spring.  Does anyone have a favorite online source
> peonies?
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